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Master of Science in Taxation
The Master of Science in Taxation will build your foundation in tax law, connect you to the Big Four accounting firms, and allow you to develop a specialty by personalizing your electives to your aspirations.
The Master of Science in Taxation (M.S.T.) program is designed to provide a comprehensive knowledge of the internal revenue code, tax regulations, judicial decisions and treasury rulings. St. John’s University helps students advance their careers in the field of taxation through applicable, industry-relevant learning from practicing CPAs. Students also benefit from outstanding career advising, job readiness training, mentoring, internship placement and a vast network of active alumni well-represented in the Big Four accounting firms
St. John’s alumni network of over 170,000 students gives new students the chance to connect with others in the field at New York’s Big Four accounting firms. The faculty is composed of experienced CPAs, while the curriculum blends theory and technical aspects of taxes and tax law. Through this program, students gain a well-rounded knowledge of the Internal Revenue Code, tax regulations, judicial decisions and Treasury rulings
Two letters of recommendation obtained from professional or academic references
Statement of professional goals
Accreditation & Licensing
Middle States Commission on Higher Education
Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB)
This program is not authorized for residents of: Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Kansas, Minnesota, Oregon, and Wisconsin.
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